Safety Jordan Moore transfers to Houston from Texas A&M (Update: Waiver approved, will play this season)


That’s two in one day! What’s his story?

Also, isn’t #2 Anderson’s number.

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Moore was a 4 star out of Yoakum. He’s Tyron Carrier’s cousin:
Moore saw action in four games this season with the team, playing primarily on special teams. Since he only played in those four games, Moore will be able to count the 2018 season as his redshirt year. That means he has four years of eligibility remaining. However, should he end up at another Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) school, he will have to sit out the 2019 season due to the transfer rules.

Just saw on Twitter.

Huge get for the staff. He was the #28 player in the state. Offers from Alabama, Texas, LSU, you name it. Will be a salty safety group in ’20 with Anderson, Sprewell, Moore, and the OK State transfer.

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New DC plays a lot of 3-3-5 so we’ll need all the DBs we can get.


Finally, a secondary stud! Welcome Jordan.

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Definitely and we’re short-handed at safety now. Anderson was the nation’s #2 safety. Moore was the #16 athlete but projected at DB. A 5 & 4 star. I love the player Sprewell is becoming and feel the OK State transfer will, at a minimum, be a much better top reserve than anyone presently on the roster.


Big huge get! Go Coogs!

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I saw on twitter someone said he only played in four games so is he eligible to play immediately?

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Great point! Given how pass happy CFB is the more talent we have in the back field the better.

He has four years of eligibility but will still have to sit a year. He can play 3 years starting 2020

Okay, thanks! Still don’t have a full grasp on transfer rules regarding different circumstances.

I don’t think the sit out year eats up a year of eligibility.

EDIT: Maybe it does.


no he has to wait a year.

His grandfather, Charlie Hall was a stud linebacker at U of H for CBY and also for the Cleveland Browns (71-80). Hall was the leading tackler for the Coogs in 1969, and was a co-captain. A few years ago, Hall was named one of the top 100 players ever for the Cleveland Browns. He was a 3rd round draft choice and never missed a game.



No it doesn’t!

His twin brother plays for Lyin Tom in Austin…

He has already used up his RS so yes the transfer year will chew up a year of eligibility.

Will he count towards the 2019 or the 2020 class?

Nice get for the Coogs! Cstatcoog called this a couple days ago! Don’t know where he got the info, but nice call by him!!

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